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>> america will no longer settle for anything less than the best. we must reclaim our country's destiny and dream big and daring. we have to do that. we're going to dream of things for our country and beautiful things and successful things once again. >> 4:30 in the morning, donald trump elected 45th president of the united states america. denying hillary clinton the chance to be the first woman to serve in the office. >> they called that race just
>> both wisconsin and pennsylvania that pushed trump over the top. >> as you can see the associated press calling that race for trump at 1:30 this morning. donald trump with 48%, hillary clinton with 48%, but it was the electoral votes that sent crump over the top. trump winning the state of wisconsin, but we did not know the results until just three hours ago. it is the first time that a since 1984. >> so at this early hour, we do know donald trump will be president. we don't know how many states in all he'll carry. >> some states are too close to call this morning. >> more now from new york. >> it is my high honor and distinct privilege to introduce to you the president-elect of
donald trump. >> with key states still too close to call, donald trump declared victory. >> i pledge to every citizen of our land that i will be president for all americans and this is so important to me. >> sources tell nbc hillary clinton called trump to concede. publicly her campaign held out hope. >> we can wait a little longer, can't we? we're still counting votes and every vote should cheers for trump. >> we're just excited about having a chance after eight years of failed policies. >> they split battle ground states. this morning's opening bell uncertain. dow futures sinking lower than
>> now it becomes a guessing game as to how badly hit this market will be in the morning. >> we're certainly disappointed about the results, we're still hopeful for something better to come. exit polls tell an interesting story. the rural vote, white voters without college degrees largely underestimated as the vote count continues. >>mp national chairman and wisconsin native reince preibus to the stage and trump publicly thanked him in new york. >> reince is really a star, he's the hardest working guy. >> get over here, reince. >> say something. >> ladies and gentlemen, the next president of the united states donald trump. thank you, it has been an honor.
since news broke overnight. he said voters made one thing clear, they want the republicans to take the country in a bold, new direction. >> it has been decades since wisconsin went red in a presidential election. despite what started as a rocky road, some lawmakers tell me they are not surprised by the trump win. >> if you talk to the average for trump and they were scared to death of hillary and the combination of the two didn't surprise me at all. >> overnight the night was a big win for republicans here in the badger state. >> hillary clinton supporters obviously disappointed many thought this was the year that a woman would be elected to the highest office in the land. >> my vote was that we would have a vision for our country
our diverse population and really spoke to the nation for the hope that i have for our future. >> senator ron johnson set to serve another six years in the u.s. senate. johnson pulled out a surprising win in his rematch with democrat russ feingold, helping keep the senate in republican hands. he told supporters in oshkosh last night, that this would be his final term. >> i promised i would always tell you the this is my final term so i approach the next six years with a purpose. >> the outcome seemed to come as a shock for feingold. >> this could be one of the most challenging times in the history of our country. it is going to be up to you, particularly these wonderful young people that worked on this campaign.
democratic principles and this will not be the last time you see or hear from him. >> house speaker paul ryan easily defeating his challengers. his closest opponent got about 30% of the vote. ryan held a party in his hometown of jamesville. >> working for you has been one of the greatest honors of my life. i can't even begin to express my gratitude to your generosity a goodwill. however inadequate it may be, i just want to say to everybody i've been working for all of these years, thank you, thank you from the bottom of my heart. >> congressman ryan has represented jamesville since 1999 and became house speaker last year. >> you go to tmj4.com/decision 2016 and we'll continue to keep you posted on developments this morning right here on live at daybreak. >> it is 4:36.
>> we have some things to talk about this morning. big things to talk about and the weather is cooperating with that. we have clear sky and 42 here in milwaukee. temperatures holding in the mid-50s this afternoon with a light westerly wind. the sky clear statewide. plenty of sunshine throughout the day today. it is 36 in waukesha. the winds have died do will stay light throughout the afternoon. 43 by 8:00. 55 by the noon hour. a lighter westerly breeze. and a high of 57 degrees. we'll take a look at that 7-day forecast coming up in a few minutes. >> up next on live at day break on today's tmj4.
>> it is 20 minutes before 5:00. just into our newsroom, seen moments i-41 at capital drive in milwaukee a big old car fire there. a live picture now of what's left. not clear whether this is impacting traffic this morng. traffic at this hour is very light anyway, we're working to get more information from the scene. this is i-41 capital drive. >> around the country, a big night for legal marijuana. california, massachusetts, maine and nevada joined colorado and
recreational marijuana use. voters in florida, north dakota and arkansas approved medical marijuana. pot is still illegal under federal law, but state laws have relaxed over the years. >> the death penalty is back on the books in nebraska. voters in that state reinstated capital punishment. california looking like it will go the other way and eliminate the death penalty. >> a first ilhan omar because the first somali legislator in the country. it is 4:41. up next on daybreak on tmj4. >> thinking of moving to canada? why you might have a hard time getting information this morning. >> markets react, how news of trump's election is impacting
some of the various school referenda that was on the ballot. school building and improvement programs and that vote failed one of maybe a handful at best of the school referenda that did not pass. >> all together nearly a half billion dollars of school sending on the ballots yesterday throughout southeast wisconsin. this was a biggy, german town schools asking
blue to red. >> trump's victory marking the end of a long and bitter contest. >> we caught up with local voters at a watch party in milwaukee. >> i just want this to be over, to be honest. i wanted this over since it started. >> voters tell tmj4 whether they voted for clinton or trump, they are ready to move into the future with a new president. the markets are reacting in a big way. dow jones futures plummeted by more than 750 in japan, news that donald trump had been elected president sent those markets down. it could even eclipse the brexit shocker back in june. trading will begin in earnest when the markets open at 9:30 eastern time this morning. >> the election created a lot of buzz about canada. the canadian government's immigration website crashed tuesday night.
and still having issues this morning. online searching about moving to canada and becoming a canadian system grew, especially after trump won the republican nomination. >> stopped by eight polling locations in the city to see how voters felt after they cast their ballots. >> it means a than doing it early. >> they like waiting until the last minute to cast their ballot. the alvarez family says procrastinating together is part of it. >> first time voters say turning in their ballots gets their emotions going. >> it felt good that i could contribute.
>> turnout was steady at new hope missionary baptist church, where they say it is a privilege to get voters through the line. >> come out and get out and vote. >> i love doing it, and i love meeting the people and i think it is important that people get out and support about voting. >> many important congressional seats around our area up for grabs. moore re-elected in the 4th congressional district in milwaukee. she didn't even have a republican challenger. republican congressman jim sensebenner re-elected. >> incumbent congressman grothman beat sarah lloyd in
in a closely watched race to replace reed ribble it looks as if mike gallagher will take that open seat in the area. >> our storm team forecast, and brian goddard, you have 30 seconds. >> thank you. >> the cold front came through yesterday. it was windy and today we're going 42 under a clear sky in milwaukee. it will be mostly sunny for today. yesterday we had sunshine in the inland areas. 56 for your high today with westerly winds around 9 miles per hour. there are clouds over the lake, they are moving away from us. a lot of clear conditions across the state. 33 in madison.
gusts have died down this morning. creating a little bit of a wind chill in the inland areas. just a few clouds in the morning hours, mid 50s by noon, up to 56, 57 degrees this afternoon. then for tonight the winds will be out of the northwest at 5 to 10 and shifting late tonight into early tomorrow morning to the southwest and temperature rise even before sunrise because of these winds. the winds are west at 5 to 10. clear continues. the winds start to pick up. by 6:00 a.m., you're seeing the southwesterly wind at 15 to 20 miles per hour. we'll see winds approaching at 30 miles per hour once again. that will warm us up into the upper 50s to lower 60s. 62 in milwaukee. you get the idea, it is going to
friday into saturday. for today. not a bad day. sunshine and 57 degrees. that's a good 7 degrees above normal. over night tonight temperatures dropping into the 40s and then we'll get the southeasterly wind to develop. tomorrow, it will be 62 degrees with the strong southwesterly wind. a strong northerly wind on friday. 50 on saturday after the first freeze of the season here in milwaukee. 29 for a low temperature. we'll stay in the upper 50s monday through wednesday. >> a lighter moment in all of the election chaos. bellaire cantina posting this. thank goodness the election season is over, let's celebrate our democracy. one free margarita who walks in
>> they said they were going to offer a free margarita with anybody with an "i voted" sticker. can't really do that. >> problems at the polls, the local communities where things didn't go smoothly and the ran out of ballots in the middle of the afternoon. back to plain old television now. mike m mccarthy show. more local news on live at 10:00. >> voters said yes to a $28 million bond to fix the middle and high school old pipes. they are causing flooding
before 5:00 in the morning. taking a live look. we were. that was going to be democracy plaza at 5:30 in the morning, but they changed the feed on us. reviewing whether there were any significant issues in the election. >> breaking down what went wrong at some polling locations around wisconsin. >> it was a smooth sailing
problems. three polling locations ran out of ballots early tuesday afternoon, new ones were ordered and the issue was resolved around 2:30 p.m. the county clerk and officials said it did not -- center around the voter id law. >> some challenges. >> the city works with their voters to cast provisional ballots, meaning their vote will count as long as they get proper id by friday. a high school in madison had to stay over an extra hour after a fire drill delayed that location from opening. the 2020 race is in full swing. people on twitter hoping for
the rapper said he would run back in august of 2015. >> he did say that. >> it is 4:55. up next... >> fresh reaction for the breakfast crowd out in waukesha county. >> protests erupt after trump is elected president. where hundreds of demonstrators took to the street. >> we'll tell you wisconsin's role in helping deliver trump to 270 electoral votes. stay tuned.
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>> welcome to this special edition of live at daybreak. decision 2016 coverage. >> the 2016 presidential campaign was a historic race with tense moments all the way to the final minutes of election day. and into the early hours this morning. let's show you now. in terms of the percentage of the overall vote. hillary clinton and donald trump both getting 4 8%. the electoral college is what put him over the top, he has been declared the winner. donald trump taking 48% of the vote in wisconsin. hillary clinton 47%.